Spinach, Hot Calabrese & Provolone Stuffed Chicken

This was a great meal to serve on a busy work day; it also takes really no time to cook as well. You could use whatever meat you have on hand, same for the cheese. I have made it my mission to make great meals with what I have and to not require a run out to get extra ingredients. I constantly amaze myself at the swift easy and elegant meals I can create with just a bit of imagination.
I had chicken tenders for this recipe, who would think to stuff chicken tenders? They are so small, and will cook really fast! This is what makes this a great meal for a fast and easy dinner. They are fast and easy and tasty, what more could you ask for?
So for this meal I used
1 package chicken tenders (flattened out)
Dried spices
Oregano, basil, garlic
1 onion chopped
Sliced cheese (I used provolone)
Hot Calabrese (sliced Pepperoni)
Fresh spinach

For a side dish I did whole wheat pasta
Jalapeño chopped (2)
1 onion chopped
2 tomatoes chopped
Fresh spinach
Olive oil
Take the chicken, remove the Vein at the top, using wax paper and a roller flattens the chicken.

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Sprinkle with the spices, top with the meat and cheese and roll up.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper and add onion, cook at 325 degrees for 15-20 minutes.

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While it is cooking make the pasta according to the box directions.
Add some olive oil to a skillet, once hot add the jalapeño, onion and cook until soft, add the spinach and toss with the pasta.


I have to say this was really tasty for a fairly easy meal.
I can be reached at LauraLovinglife@hotmail.com


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7 thoughts on “Spinach, Hot Calabrese & Provolone Stuffed Chicken

  1. This looks lovely mate… provolone and hot calabrese .. doesn’t get any better than this! I have to share this on my Facebook page nightly “What’s for Dinner” post… the fans will love it… pop around!!

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